Haibo: Man marries deceased son's widow 3 years after his death

Haibo: Man marries deceased son's widow 3 years after his death

- A former Mexican politician, Raul Orihuela Gonzalez, married his deceased son's widow

- Gonzalez's son passed away following a car accident 2016

- However, rumours suggested Gonzalez started a relationship with his daughter-in-law only eight months after his son's death

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A former politician, Raul Orihuela Gonzalez, reportedly tied the knot to Valeria Hassen Morales last month and their union raised eyebrows across the world.

According to El Regional, the former mayor of Tequisquiapan in Mexico married his son's widow. Briefly.co.za learned Gonzalez's 28-year-old son, Andrew Raul Michel Orihuela, died in a car crash in 2016.

Morales and Orihuela reportedly had two children - who are the grandchildren of her new husband.

According to the local media, Gonzalez and Morales might have tied the knot three years after Orihuela's death but rumours of their relationship started only eight months after the accident.

The ages of the bride and groom were not given, nor has it been revealed whether or not Morales' kids attended her and their grandpa's wedding in Quintana Roo.

Haibo: Man marries deceased son's widow 8 months after his death

Gonzalez and his bride, Valeria Hassen Morales. Photo credits: Left - Raul Orihuela Gonzalez/Facebook. Right - El Regional/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Meanwhile, another bizarre wedding story went viral recently. A man married the love of his life at her funeral.

Xu Shinan lost his fiancée, Yang, on 14 October, but he decided to marry the woman's corpse in order to fulfil her dream of being a bride one day. The pair had been together for 12 years.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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